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am steve chenevey. >> i am cynne simpson. we begin with good news for the country and president obama. the u.s. unemployment rate has fallen below 8% for the first time in nearly a full your years. >> employers added 114th thousand jobs since september. jobless rate fell to 7.8% last month and wages rose. the department also revised the numbers for july and august saying the economy at its 86,000 more jobs than first estimated. >> the jobs report is a big topic on the campaign trail. republican candidate mitt romney campaigning in battleground virginia. looks like they're getting ready to announce that he will be speaking soon at carter machinery in abingdon. president obama in virginia as well. >> scott thuman joins us from george mason university. seems like a more confident president obama than we saw during the debate scott. we would check back with him in a couple minutes. the president speaking after 11:00 this morning in virginia at george mason in fairfax. we will have a live report. >> a with abc 7, your election station. continuing coverage of the election and the latest inf
across the mid- atlantic. >> ok. we have a little consistency there. >> all right. thank you, steve. it could be a huge night. well let's say. are we celebrating? >> not quite yet. hang on. the major league. a lot of this is in our area. a lot of fans are celebrating. the nationals are the champs at clinching the national league. >> and now the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. >> the national last night had a chance to clinch the national league east. can the nationals handle their business? a great opportunity. bases loaded. it is gone -- wait a minute. no. back of the infield, morris gets back. women at. the umpires have gone to the -- wait a minute. the umpires of gone to the instant replay. batck at the plate with no back. have you ever seen that before? >> yes. >> in my backyard as a kid. bottom of the ninth. second of the third. the nationals hold on. let's hope the next number is one they can clinch, tomorrow. the red sox, the final weekend of the regular season. the orioles, watch this. does he have it? yes he did -- yes, he did. he is out up
. >> i am steve chenevey. it was a disappointing picture long renovation process. jummy olabanji went down to the to check of the progress. >> the water in the reflecting s gone, and sell -- soon elegy will follow suit. crews from the national park service for all in full service up.orce, cleaning the reflecting pool had been closed for several months after a renovation project was but after it was ago, algaew weeks started to grow. they could have for it to filter out, but have lasted months. >> the best way was to remove it. grow >>it will not from are tourists michigan. pictureed to get a nice the pool but were see thisted to instead. you would think somebody goingfigure out what is on. >> officials with the national tell us they hope have this cleaned up in the couple of weeks toyota many tourists say it is also -- many say it is also worth a long term fix. >> it would be better to look at it. is causing officials say they have done , as the entire project cost around $100,000. money well spent, according to officials.rk service >> this was not expected and it is frustrating, but
. we will explain how that makes sense. good morning, washington. tuesday, october 2. i am steve chenevey. >> i am cynne simpson. let's get right to meteorologist caskey. >> happy tuesday morning. you will need your umbrella not morning but even later on today. let's look at live super doppler 7 from the belfort furniture weather center. virginia and in we of the shenandoah valley, is moving southwest to northeast. most of it is west of the beltway. one moderate showers moving in mclean church and along 66 and the western edge of the beltway in fairfax county. heavy showers crossing the potomac into western montgomery county. temperatures right now around 60 degrees. to the upper 70's this afternoon. it should be a warm day and it be worn for the rest of the week. .ow to angela for the commute >> good morning. showers.with some following an accident on 295,ound route 100 at reports of an overturned vehicle. traveling around the capital beltway in maryland, not finding many trouble spots all. north of open here, 201. southbound in maryland, there is an active work zone with two cl
to be the source of contaminated steroids, which caused a rare form of meningitis. abc's steve osunsami has more. >> reporter: doctors worry this outbreak of fungal meningitis is spreading, potentially affecting more than 1,000 americans recently treated for back pain, with needles that were tainted by a fungus during manufacturing. >> the contaminated medication was a steroid. it was put into a syringe. >> reporter: anyone who has received a steroid injection in the spine since july should check with their doctor to see if it's from the tainted source. >> early anti-fungal treatment can improve the outcome of these patients. >> reporter: ground zero is this specialty pharmacy in massachusetts, where the steroid injections were made. investigators shut down the new england compounding center. but it may have shipped to 23 states. doctors say this is a rare form of meningitis, with symptoms that are easily missed. and it kills by swelling the brain. it is not contagious. but early symptoms can be headaches, fever, a stiff neck. and it can take anywhere from a week to a month to develop. so, healt
morning. wednesday, october 3. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. >> let's get to meteorologist jeras. >> it is a foggy start. you do need to take it seriously this morning. travel and could make for dangerous conditions at times. fog will linger through much of be aorning, but it will warm wednesday. we've got a big chill and a big weekend.ead on the a look at visibility. half mile at reagan national, . third of a mile at dulles when you get below a quarter s when it's really dangerous. low beams this morning d give yourself extra time. mostly cloudy skies this afternoon with maybe a few sunsine late in the day. degrees.nd 85 we will tell you more about the changes in the forecast, but now to traffic with angela. around 85 degrees. >> good morning. the low beams and allow space between you and the car in front of you. fog will be a factor for your morning drive. a live look at the capital actually, 270 and father hurley. of what youxample k fog.ncounter, thic we have not had many issues of note, so far. a live look at the springfield interchange. you can see a few lights at the
very upset. good morning, it's wednesday, october 4. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. let's go straight to jacqui jeras. little cloud cover. shenandoah valley if have limited visibility at 5 miles or more. here are the sprinkles we are dealing with. inhave a little action spalding county, culpeper county, rappahannock, fauquier county. what you see on the radar is not reaching the ground. the headlines, clouds and showers this morning giving way sunshine by this afternoon. a big weekend cooldown everybody needs to know about in the seven-day forecast. first, 71 at 9:00, 76 at noon, degrees at 5:00 with partly cloudy skies, so be patient. be a nice day later today. back to you. >> thank you. are big story this morning, obama and challenger to themney returning today and just after their first debate in denver to. in virginia will be the president campaigns in colorado and wisconsin. will touch on many issues, heard in the debate including the economy. brianne carter is outside the up.te house with a wrap- >> the economy was at the forefront of this debate last night. campai
cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. let's get straight to jeras.logist jacqui >> some showers in the northern s of virginia at this time. let's show you most of the along 66. a little heavier in fauquier county towards rappahannock as well. we will need the umbrella for this morning. drain on and off. temperatures are mild, 66 at national, 61 at dulles, 59 in gaithersburg. are expressed forecast, we will be warming up nicely, mid 70's this afternoon. showers on and off. we will tell you about some the seven-day forecast in a moment. first, traffic with angela. >> good morning. getting ready for the tuesday morning drive. for the mostpot part. the accident on westbound route the b-w parkway. the ramp is closed from westbound 100. if you are traveling in maryland on 95, the overnight work at 215 is blocking a lane. no overnight work zones on 95 in virginia as you drive from garrissonville and continuing to boulevard, a small strip 295.he way up to lanes are open northbound and southbound between the beltway and the 14th street bridge. back to you. >> thank you. our big story, an
3. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. let's go to jacqui jeras to find happening outside. fog will be a big issue for the morning. let's show you the visibility. poor in many areas. a half mile at reagan national. at hagerstown, 0.3, and the same at dulles. the same in cumberland as well. and temperatures this morning. some 70's on the map. 70 in d.c., 64 in dallas. -- dulles. we could get a little sunshine afternoon. temperatures will get into the afternoon.is we will have big changes for the weekend. how traffic is moving, with angela. >> slow going all around the capital area. fog will be the big issue this morning. plan for a slow drive. give you an example, this is view of springfield, the springfield interchange. see any traffic flowing. the dense fog will slow things down this morning. have a couple work from the springfield interchange, inner loop towards 644, two right lanes are still closed. use caution through the works .wns in maryland, there is heavy fog. reports of a crash on eastbound 32 at the b-w parkway, a car deer. back to you. >> thank you. presidentia
is at stake for the nationals this week. >> i am steve rubin in the belfort furniture weather center. patchy >> metro officials and the washington nationals have an after hours playoff plan. they put down a deposit metro required to keep trains running after hours. the nationals have to pay for the extra service. they offered but the city refused. >> the nationals will wrap up their regular season and hopefully clinch the division. they need one more win to do that. their home monday tuesday, and wednesday. that is when the phillies come to count. get ready for the playoffs to start next weekend. redskins are home next sunday, when the atlanta falcons will come to fedex feel for it 1:00 game. >> still ahead a warning wide door-to-door salesman may be promising more than they can [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. pamela howze: it just seems like such an... infringement on our lives. how dare they step into m
, thursday. i am steve chenevey. i am cynne simpson. now to jacqui jeras. >> starting with a few clouds sprinkles, but it will give way to sunshine this afternoon. look at the headlines. morning clouds and showers and becoming sunny later in the day. weekend, a cooldown. you might want to start preparing for that. temperatures this morning are mild, 71 at reagan national, off a 73 inlles, fredericksburg. increasing sunshine throughout e day, 71 at 9:00, 76 at noon, 77 by 5:00. highs in the low 80s this afternoon. angela.the bel >> good morning. up for good thursday morning drive, starting in maryland. there is an accident on route 1 at gormley rd. police are directing you. is clear on the southbound side. leaving germantown northbound, there's a jackknifed tractor- 85.ler approaching maryland they just reopened the lanes. in virginia, no accidents to report. we are clear on 95 heading up to e springfield interchange and 395.nuing on from the beltway there is construction heading over to 644. back to you. >> thank you. the feedback continues pouring in following the first betweential deb
's friday, october 5. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. let's get to meteorologist jacqui jeras. you can feel a change in their air. >> a great friday. let's check out the weather headlines and we will tell you the highlights. it's going to be a gorgeous friday with lots of sunshine temperatures well above average in the '80s. big changes on the way for the weekend. a strong cold front approaching. that will put rainfall in the forecast. a big cooldown before the weekend is done. 64 degrees right now reagan national, 54 at dulles. we will be warming up into the '70s by noon. by 5:00, mostly sunny and warm 80 degrees. get outside and enjoy the beautiful day. now to angela with traffic. >> good morning. happy friday. we are hoping for a very nice commute to start the weekend. so far so good in springfield. getting through the interchange you should not have any trouble. northbound and southbound 395 getting through alexandria looking fine. glebe road is closed between route 1 and arlington ridge. there's an accident with a utility pole down right there. moving quite well in maryla
's not apple's first problem. >> we're not prefect. >> reporter: back in 2010, a defiant steve jobs waited weeks before acknowledging an antenna problem in the iphone 4. >> then, there are customers that are having problems with iphone 4. and i apologize to them. >> reporter: a rare concession from a man whose drive for perfection made apple number one. given how detail oriented steve jobs was, one has to wonder if something so blatantly obvious would have happened under his watch. >> i think on one hand, we can definitely assume he would have been really meticulous and found these errors. but on the other hand, this could have been his ul he was really pushing for a separation between google and apple. >> reporter: and apple ceo today suggested that customers continue to use google maps and other rival products until apple works out the glitches in its own program. clearly a humbling day for him. >> your iphone alarm still works for "gma" in the morning. >> reporter: i'll be up early. >>> so much ahead on "world news." the political power couple and the very public breakup. tonight, what
that and does not washed it. it's friday, october 5. i am steve chenevey. >> i am cynne simpson. let's get to meteorologist jacqui jeras. >> is cool but it's going to be a beautiful day. the sunshine was with us yesterday and we will have even more today. let's look at the headlines. it's going to be a gorgeous friday with nothing but sunshine and temperatures around 80 degrees. we have big changes ahead for the weekend and a big drop in temperatures to go along with it, so get ready for that, especially on sunday. 64 at reagan national, 54 at dulles and gaithersburg. 65 by 9:00, 75 at noon, 80 degrees at 5:00 with sunshine and warm conditions. we will talk more about the changes in a little while. first, let's head over to traffic with angela. >> good morning. the friday morning commute, a crash southbound 270 near montgomery village. we will investigate. in the meantime, interstate 66, making the commute from haymarket, moving quite well. this is 66 and glebe road.keep in mind, crystal city, there is a closure on glebe road due to a utility pole down. northbound lanes expected to reopen
's steve osunsami. >> reporter: doctors worry this outbreak of fungal meningitis is spreading, potentially affecting more than 1,000 americans recently treated for back pain. with needles that were painted by a fungus during manufacturing. >> the contaminated medicine was a steroid. it was put into a syringe. >> reporter: anyone who has received a steroid injection in the spine since july should check with their doctor to see if it's from the tainted source. >> early anti-fun gal treatment can improve the outcome of these patients. >> reporter: ground zero is this specialty pharmacy in massachusetts, where the steroid injections were made. investigators shut down the new england compounding center, but it may have shipped to 23 states. doctors say this is an especially rare form of meningitis and it kills by swelling the brain. it is not contagious, but early symptoms can be headaches, fever, a stiff neck and it can take anywhere from a week to a month to develop. so, health officials are on high alert. steve osunsami, abc news, atlanta. >>> and still ahead right here on "world news," how
-alike who will take out the other competitors, strange looking. steve got the chance to talk to teddy. this is the big get. >> can you pull another one out? that looks like a man with confidence. best wishes in the playoffs. >> i'm just glad you did not topple over on to steve. if you want to see more from today's interview you can go to wjla.com. >> that was cute. coming up, liam neeson is back with another installment of "taken." >> police have put a face to the man responsible for attacking >> you are watching abc 7 news at 5 with leon harris, alison starling doug hill. >> police are finally putting a face with a man believed to be behind 5 attacks in springfield. police released this composite sketch of the suspect today. residents are protecting themselves. >> people in this neighborhood are looking over their shoulders. police arrived here passing out this poster. they want everyone in this neighborhood to take a very close look at this sketch of their suspect. women walking along this road in springfield for making sure they walk in groups. >> we are going walking. today, i was
exactly what should we do? steve osunsami has a user's guide for families. >> reporter: today, government official trying to contain this salmonella outbreak told us it doesn't look good and to expect more reported cases linked to jars of peanut butter sold at grocery stores across the country. so far, 30 people sick, most of them children, across 19 states. for families searching through kitchen cabinets tonight for potentially dangerous jars of nut butter, it's confusing. first, what jars and brands are being recalled? well, it isn't your larger name brands like jif or skippy. those products are fine. all of the recalled products are linked to the sunland peanut corporation in new mexico. they make the peanut butter under numerous brand names. >> all the illnesses that have been investigated are related to the peanut butter products from the one plant. >> reporter: so now you've found one of these brands in your cupboard. should you automatically toss it out? the company says to look on the side of the jar for the "best if used by" date. anything between may 1st and september 24, 2014,
-known brand names, trader joe's, whole foods and target. abc's steve osunsami has more details. >> reporter: what's especially frightening is that most of the people who've gotten sick from the recalled peanut butter are children under the age of 10. >> i am concerned. i love peanut butter. >> you don't know what you're getting. very scary. >> reporter: this began with one brand of sea salt peanut butter at trader joe's, but the recall has now cleared out peanut butter aisles at kroger, whole foods and target. investigators have traced the trouble to sunland incorporated, a peanut butter manufacturer in new mexico that sells products in grocery stores across the country. the list of recalled peanut butter products is 101 items long, and now includes nut butters made with almonds, cashews and sesame seeds. and it gets worse. companies like the oregon ice cream company and fairytale brownies, which used the recalled nut butters to make cookies and other baked goods, are now recalling their products, too. >> people have been getting sick over the last month and because there is often a two-wee
," on your side. >> good morning, washington. it's friday, september 28. brad bell in for steve chenevey. >> i am cynne simpson. let's get to meteorologist jacqui jeras. >> the rain is still coming down in some spots. that makes a few people up, the thunderstorms. there's a lot of it concentrated .n the metro area heavy thunderstorms crossing 66, getting ready to move over the potomac and heading up towards bethesda at this time. still warm temperatures. 67 at reagan national, $65, 63 frederick.er and we will have another one d. dulles.rees in it could be raining for your drive home. weekend forecast when i see you again. now to traffic with angela. >> you mentioned the storms. at thestill looking results. getting reports of wires down in many areas. there is police direction on manassas on 29 heading toward 66. , police bristow, 619 will get your around this. a little heavy traffic getting on 66 eastbound. a crash has been cleared from the road and on the shoulder. just a brief delay approaching making your way towards 110. no trouble spots in maryland. heading to the beltway, you will
to abc's steve osunsami. >> reporter: 8-year-old nate says it felt like he was going to die, all because he ate out of a jar of peanut butter his father bought from a trader joe's grocery store. >> it felt very painful. the stomach cramps, i was screaming loud and i was saying, why does this happen to me? >> reporter: he's one of 30 confirmed salmonella victims so far. families should know that symptoms show up usuallyithin three days. i was a terrible scare and started saturday. first, painful stomach cramps. then, a severe headache. a 103 degree fever. by monday morning, he was vomiting. he but now bleeding. doctors couldn't figure it out. on wednesday, he had to be hospitalized. his fever didn't break until friday. and he was already home when the test results came back the following tuesday. salmonel salmonella, a linked strain to tainted peanut butter. how frightened were you by this? >> this is our child, our baby. i don't think any parent wants to be in the position. >> i thought it was good for you. i've been eating peanut butter, before i got sick, almost all -- >> every day. >>
. >> all right steve. thank you. tomorrow is a landmark for the city of alexandria. that is when the potomac river generating station will close for good. officials have blamed did as the single largest source of air pollutants and in northern virginia. it was returned to the company. coming up, but a community in southeast washington got an extreme makeover this weekend. y neighbors say the changes will improve safety. plus why this butler is on trial. and in southern california, these drive
, which might help a little. >> good afternoon. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. let's get a look at our forecast with meteorologist jacqui jeras. >> we had to be patient today. fog was all across the metro area. dense fog advisory is have been cancelled. we look forward to a little brighter afternoon. this is a time lapse from the congressional country club in bethesda. finally we are getting a few breaks in the clouds. we still have some visibility issues off to the west,. 4 miles in hagerstown and 5 miles in winchester. that will improve for everybody. looking good. fog has been an issue as well up the east coast. there have been travel delays. flight's going into acordia or philadelphia or newark today delays of two hours set into those cities. -- into acordia airport. mostly cloudy tonight with maybe a sprinkle in our area. more on that coming up later. big changes in the seven-day forecast. >> a developing story from fairfax county. another young person has been fondled. they believe the san suspect is responsible for four attacks. parents have been warned about a sus
than he has ever been. abc's steve osunsami has this story. >> reporter: 8-year-old nate lebron says it fellike he was going to die because he ate out of a jar of peanut butter his father brought from a trader joe's grocery store. >> it felt very painful. the stomach cramps i was screaming loud. and i was saying "why does this happen to me?" >> reporter: one of 30 confirmed salmonella victims so far. families should know symptoms show up usually within three days. it was a terrible scare that started saturday, august 25th with classic symptoms parents should look for. first painful stomach cramps. then severe headache. a 103-degree fever. dysentery. by monday morning he was vomiting too, but he was now bleeding. doctors couldn't figure it out. wednesday he had to be hospitalized. his fever didn't break until friday. he was already home when the test results came back the following tuesday. salmonella, a unique strain linked to recalled peanut butter. how frightened were you by all this? >> it is our child, our baby, i don't think any parent would want to been that position. >> i thou
. and in a weird twist, he chose to defend himself in court. that turned out to be a bad move for him. abc's steve osunsami has the story. >> reporter: after a 17-year murder mystery and then a bizarre trial with waseem daker, an ex-con, acting as his own attorney and frightening victims on the witness stand -- >> we found him glgt as to count two. >> reporter: jurors moved quickly, closing this cold case in three, short hours. finding daker guilty of strangling karmen smith in 1995, as an act of revenge against her housemate, loretta blatz, who was working with authorities to send him to jail for stalking her. >> a great day for karmen smith and her family. we're thrilled with the outcome of the case. >> reporter: prosecutors called him a monster and an obsessed maniac, who after killing smith, waited all day for her 5-year-old son to come walking home from school, walking through these sliding glass doors. nicholas smith was stabbed 18 times and survived. he's now 22. and after jurors read the verdict, he and his family hugged and cried. >> she was a beautiful, caring outgoing mom, whose son, ni
, this is an abc 7 news update. >> good morning. it is 7:26. i am steve chenevy. it does bring to cost you more for your water if live in montgomery county or prince george's county. the report the sanitary seeking a 10% rate hike next july. weather -- water could go up $7. as we told you earlier, yresident obama and mitt romne during the first debate denver.ht in mitt romney the can of aggressive and prepared. the president seemed to be more the defense. news channel 8 with a lot of in- depth report in a few minutes at 7:30. now we want to get a look commute. >> dealing with a significant and back up on northbound 95. it has moved off the roadway, but we are still seeing heavy that extend into 395 and into the district. maryland, no troubles on the beltway. delays.ume traveling on the beltway, northbound accident at 193 on the left side. is causing northbound and southbound delays all the way to beltway from laurel. >> good morning. some sunshine. take a look at the nice orange streak there. a few lingering showers out there. off of them have pushed maryland. amount to much. maybe 0.10 inches
30 people, many of them kids, have gotten sick. abc's steve osunsami has more. >> reporter: what is especially frightening is that most of the people who have gotten sick from the recalled peanut butter are children under the age of 10. >> i am concerned. i love peanut butter. >> you don't know what you are getting. it is very scary. >> reporter: this began with one brand of sea salt peanut butter at trader joe's, but the recall has cleared peanut butter aisles at kroger, whole food and target. investigators have traced the trouble to sunland incorporated, a peanut butter manufacturer in new mexico that sells products in grocery stores across the country. the list of recalled products is 101 items long and includes nut butters made with almonds, cashews and sesame seeds. and it gets worse -- companies like oregon ice cream, and fairy tale brownies which used the recalled nut butter to make cookies and baked goods they're now recalling their products too. >> people have been getting sick over the last month. because there is often a two week delay or so in the reporting time we ex
shelves. >> but there are so many brand it actually can get pretty confusing. abc's steve osunsami sorts it out. >> reporter: government officials trying to contain the salmonella outbreak doesn't look good. so far, 30 people sick, most of them children, across 19 states. for families searching through kitchen cabinets for dangerous jars of nut butter it is tear blae confusing. first what jars and brand are being recalled? well it isn't your larger name brand like jiff or skippy. all the brand are linked to sunland peanut corporation in new mexico they make peanut butter, sunland, trader joe's, harry and david and sprouts and the brand at target. >> all the illnesses investigated are related to peanut butter products from the plant. >> reporter: the company says to look on the side of the jar if the best if used by date, between may 1 and september 24, 2013. throw it away. what yoifr family has -- what if your family has gone through half of the car, what are the signs? >> high fever, stomach cramps, dysentery which can show up in one to three days. we spoke to families of children who g
? >> ryder cup. europeans have won seven of the last eight. steve stricker and tiger woods both went over. >> and going against a bunch of nations. is that a cop out. >> listen, listen. the tough thing. this happened at medina, suburbs of chicago, on our turf. couldn't pull it off. almost insurmountable lead. >> love your passion about golf. serious, not kidding. what's coming up -- a week of nfl action on the books. >> going to sit down with espn radio new york's jason page to run through highlights. low lights and white castleburgers. >> nice. >> uh-huh. all coming up. ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by lysol power and free. hange the way we. it's time to free ourselves from the smell and harshness of bleach. and free ourselves from worrying about the ones we love. new lysol power & free has more cleaning power than bleach. how? the secret is the hydrogen peroxide formula. it attacks tough stains and kills 99.9% of germs. new lysol power & free. powerful cleaning that's family friendly. another step forward in our mission for health. >>> welcome back, everybody
morning. it is 7:26. i am steve chenevy. in his october 2. dc could lower the funds for tickets issued by speed and red light camera. the examiner reporting that they restructuringold funds as soon as this fall. this after a number of that they are using money.gram to make the city continues to sit is to increase safety. as a little too all morning on good morning washington" -- celebratingd fans their one of their first division title since moving to d.c. in a 2005. celebrating.e despite losing the game to the phillies last night, they nl east.the news channel 8 will have war and h report in just a minutes. let us get a quick check on the commute. fromout what is happening angela foster. morning. looking at quite a few the beltway in maryland. an accident on the inner loop between connecticut avenue and georgia. causing two lanes, major delays. at nutley.6 very slow. traveling and about 395, no lanes open.ur all just slow traffic. ?ow is our forecast for today side.the wet camera here. you can see the raindrops here on the lens. moving inside the beltway and well.he district as shower
suspect engine failure. >> it went up in the air steve. it was like it was climbing straight up. then it lost power and came straight down. >> many are thinking about a father and son whose lives were cut short. >> i saw them as they were pulling out, blew the horn, wave, never going to see them again. unbelievable. >> most here do not believe the weather was a factor. it was 70 degrees, calm wind, of visibility. many suspect mechanical failure, but we not know any real answers for about a year. >> the supreme court is back in session after returning from a nearly three month-long break. during its new term, a wide range of issues like gay marriage voter i.d. laws and abortion are expected to go before the court. >> it is hard to believe, but now just 36 days until the election. president obama and mitt romney are getting ready for their first presidential debate, which is wednesday. both candidates have been downplaying their own debating skills, but yesterday, new jersey governor chris christie's said mitt romney is ready to rise to the occasion. a new poll is out that says wh
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